Marie-Fleur Rautou regularly advises financial institutions on the regulatory and transactional aspects of structured finance transactions, including over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives, repos, securities lending transactions, and share buybacks. She has strong experience in equity derivatives, including strategic acquisition, hedging, shareholding financing or refinancing, and leveraged employee savings schemes.
Marie-Fleur has acquired significant experience advising institutional clients on the new financial regulatory environment in Europe. She is experienced in reporting, clearing, margining, and capital treatment of derivative products and reorganization of credit institutions and in market abuse regulations and securities law issues.
She has advised the French Banking Association (FBF) and the International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA) on the drafting of new collateral documentation in compliance with the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) requirements.
Marie-Fleur is actively involved in Jones Day's global, cross-disciplinary LIBOR transition team, advising on the full range of legal and regulatory issues arising from the forthcoming market transition to alternative reference rates. She is also a speaker on these subjects.
- University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne (Master 2 in Business Law 2006); École Normale Supérieure de Cachan (Diploma in Law, Economy, and Management 2006); Agrégation in economics and management (France, 2005)
1st Prize in Banking/Finance at the Palmarès du Droit awards — Le Monde du Droit-AFJE (2020)
- English and French